job seeker services KANSASWORKS, the state’s public workforce assistance system, is here to help you get a job, increase your skills, search for career opportunities and explore training options. Kansans looking for work should visit their nearest KANSASWORKS Workforce Center to find staff and services dedicated to helping Kansans get back to work. At a local Workforce Center you can browse job openings, obtain job search tips, create a resume, participate in workshops, apply for jobs and receive assistance with writing a resume and cover letter, interviewing, negotiating salaries and evaluating job offers. The KANSASWORKS system offers the following programs and services for job seekers: Disability Resources Kansas Health Profession Opportunity Project (KHPOP) Kansas WORKReady! Assessment KanVet Older Worker Programs On-the-Job Training Registered Apprenticeship Workforce AID Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) To learn more about how KANSASWORKS services can help you, visit KANSASWORKS.com.